Softball Hall Of Famer

Don Clatterbough wears Vinci Bones batting gloves

Don Clatterbough is one of only 31 men in the National Softball Hall of Fame (Men’s Slow Pitch category). He has over 4,000 career home runs and a .725 career batting average playing against some of the top talent in the country.  He was a member of the legendary Steele’s softball team. That team was considered one of the best of all time. Pete Vinci has played against him many times. Pete says “Clatter” is still one of the best hitters around.  His choice of batting gloves are the Vinci Bones. “Clatter” has said they are the best he has ever used.

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What is the Amateur Softball Association?

The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA) was founded in 1933. It currently has about 3 million members across the US. The ASA has grown from a few hundred teams in the early days to over 250,000 teams today, representing a membership of more than four million. The organization conducts over 100 National Championships on an annual basis in which 30,000 players compete across the US.